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Buffzone: CU Buffs receiver Chase Penry to enter transfer portal

Yet another Colorado football player is likely on his way out of Boulder, as receiver Chase Penry announced his intention to put his name into the NCAA transfer portal.

Brian Howell
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Buffzone: Live chat: Pat Rooney discusses CU Buffs athletics (Dec. 2, 2022)

BuffZone beat writer Pat Rooney takes questions and leads a discussion on CU Buffs athletics.

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Buffzone: CU Buffs fan launches NIL collective

Jeremy Dougherty has high hopes for the University of Colorado football and basketball teams. The long-time CU fan hasn’t been shy on social media the past few months in expressing his belief that the Buffaloes will win another national title soon in football. He doesn’t just want the Buffs to win on the field, however. […]

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Ralphie Report: Colorado QB Owen McCown enters transfer portal

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Another one gone for CU with a bright future ahead

Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Owen McCown will be entering the transfer portal, per an announcement on Thursday.

McCown started three games under center for the Buffs before missing the final four games with an injury. He’s one of several CU players to transfer away from Boulder, including wide receiver Maurice Bell and safety Isaiah Lewis. The son of former NFL journeyman QB, Cade McCown, is the only Buffs’ freshman to hit the portal thus far.

The eastern Texas recruit came to CU with no other ‘Power 5’ offers. McCown threw for 600 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions this season.

Colorado’s quarterback room currently consists of former Tennessee transfer J.T. Shrout, Drew Carter, and Maddox Kopp, who started in CU’s season finale against Utah. The trio combined for 1,346 yards with eight touchdowns and eight interceptions.

Rumors say McCown will likely be headed to Virginia Tech.

by Jeff Hauser
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Ralphie Report: Arizona State nips Colorado with late 3-pointer by Cambridge Jr., 60-59

NCAA Basketball: Arizona State at Colorado

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Buffs couldn’t stop the Sun Devils in the second half

Arizona State had to rally from a 15-point deficit and needed a 3-pointer from Desmond Cambridge Jr. to ice Colorado 60-59 on Thursday night.

The Pac-12 home opener for the Buffs started out great in the first half, taking a 38-23 lead at halftime. But slowly came miscues for CU and they were outmatched by ASU’s surge in the second half with a 13-0 run at one point.

Devan Cambridge had 18 points for the Sun Devils to lead all scorers. Outside his brother’s last-minute heroics, Desmond finished with 11 points.

Colorado’s bench rose the occasion with 26 points on the night. KJ Simpson had 13 points to lead the Buffs, along with 10 points and eight rebounds from Tristan da Silva.

Jalen Gabbidon converted on a three-point play to give the Buffs a 59-57 lead with 2:03 remaining. ASU gave CU another possession after coming up short and Warren Washington’s block led to Cambridge’s 3-pointer for the final score.

UP NEXT:

Colorado (4-4) goes to the Pacific Northwest for a matchup with Washington. Arizona State (7-1) returns home to host Stanford on Sunday.

by Jeff Hauser
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